You're wrong. AirOS has SDK – right, but wireless driver is closed source.@ Raf
I know this very well! I am following mikrotik since 2002 like ROS 1.3
But AirOS is an open platform with a SDK to develop your own firmware or do modifications.
If someone will implement the wireless driver from mikrotik mibsbe paket - you are done.
Of course less features at client stations.
Use lastest version of firmware, it solves me a lot of issues.Good luck with nv2.
It is a complete disaster in my 100% mikrotik network. Same speed like nstreme, and clients randomly freezes (you can see them in the reg-list, but no ping, winbox, ...)